Among Luxembourg's culinary offerings, the burger scene stands out with some incredible gems waiting to be discovered.
Recently, we embarked on a burger-tasting adventure in Luxembourg, where we explored four distinct burger places that have gained popularity for their unique flavors and offerings. We divided our tasting over two days to savor the goodness without overwhelming our taste buds.
Luxembourg's burger scene certainly did not disappoint, and we are excited to share our experiences with you!
This is the fourth part of Caro and Emma's culinary adventures across the Grand Duchy - check out where to find Luxembourg's best croissants, their inside scoop on the best ice cream here, and a jittery review of specialty coffee here.
Café Bel Air
Location: 99 Val Ste. Croix, L-1371 Belair, Luxembourg
Our burger journey commenced at Café Bel Air, a renowned establishment with a very loyal following. The place was fully booked out, and we soon learned that making a reservation in advance, even for lunch, is essential.
Despite having to book for next week, the anticipation only heightened our excitement. When the day finally arrived, we were welcomed with the perfect brioche bun and a juicy, flavorful meat patty. The dish was served with a generous portion of fries and a side salad. While it falls on the more expensive end, the overall experience justified the price.
You can check out their Facebook page here.
Location: 120 Rte d'Arlon, L-8008 Strassen
Our next stop took us to Letzeburger, a food truck located on Route d'Arlon in Strassen. Finding parking nearby was a bit tricky, so do keep that in mind if you go there.
At just 10,90 euros (without sides), their burger is an affordable treat. The innovative menu features various burger variations, and this month you could try out the "pizza burger". If you are in search of unique burger creations and enjoy the food truck experience, Letzeburger is your place. Don't forget to check their website for the latest schedule and locations.
Location: 15, rue Dicks, L-1417 Luxembourg
Crossfire, a Nordic Sports Bar in the Gare District, offers a delightful blend of delectable burgers and a diverse selection of guest tap beers. It made for a perfect combination, especially on a relaxed weekday evening. The atmosphere was pub-like, and the service was quick.
The burger itself exceeded expectations in taste and flavor, despite its unassuming appearance. For those seeking a savory burger adventure paired with great beer choices, Crossfire is the place to be.
You can have a peak at their website here.
Location: 42 Av. de la Faiencerie, L-1510 Luxembourg
Our last destination was Le Seppl Brasserie Bar, a spacious establishment in Limpertsberg offering an impressive selection of over 20 burgers. Our cheeseburger arrived with a ciabatta-like bread, which might surprise brioche enthusiasts.
They also offer a signature "letz burger," which included a gromperkichelchen in the burger. Le Seppl Brasserie Bar ensures there's something for every burger enthusiast, making it a noteworthy stop on our journey.
Check out their facebook page here.
In conclusion, after our delightful burger-tasting journey through Luxembourg, we found ourselves favoring Café Bel Air as our top choice, with its delectable brioche bun and juicy meat leaving a lasting impression. In second place, Crossfire's Nordic Sports Bar ambiance and diverse beer selection paired exceptionally well with their flavorful burgers. Le Seppl Brasserie Bar claimed the third spot with its vast selection of burgers. Finally, Letzeburger, the food truck gem, secured the fourth place with its affordable prices and creative burger variations.
Now, we would love to hear from you! What are your favorite burger places in Luxembourg or elsewhere? Share your recommendations and experiences in the comments below, as we're always eager to explore new burger delights. Happy burger hunting!